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Should factor signals decay?

If the factors have information content, I expected factor portfolios constructed using recent financial statements should outperform portfolios using stale data. To test this, I used the Professor ...
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IPO Valuation: Share Pricing and Number of Shares

Does the number of shares matter for a company to go public? Suppose a company ABC went public and the initial valuation of the company shares to be sold stands at \$5000. Now, it can sell 1000 ...
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Differences between Snowball, KIKO and TRF derivatives?

Can you explain what are some similarities and differences between snowball, KIKO (knock in knock out) and TRF (target redemption forward) derivatives?
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What does NPV ASSENTED after stock name mean?

For a project, I have to quantitatively implement a strategy for value investing in EURO STOXX 50. I pulled the data from Datastream. When I was checking some data plots for dividend yields and total ...
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Looking for: List of 30 top-performing value investors in the US (AUM 100USD mn+; 10 years)

we are currently looking to build another database sourced by crawling the SEC (freely available at SimFin). Our goal is to build a monthly updating database showing the holdings of the top value-...
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In investing, the crowd is wrong much more often than right

I am reading Ken Fisher's Beat the Crowd, and the second sentence in the book is this: In investing, the crowd is wrong much more often than right. I was wondering if there is a way to define the ...
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Which stock price to take for historical ratios in stock screener (EPS etc.)?

We are currently testing a stock screener that we built and want to implement historical ratios in there too - this is working already for all ratios that don't require stock prices (so all ...